7. Remove Grease and Grease Stains
Disinfectant is a great substitute for degreaser. It is more eco-friendly and a lot cheaper than the degreasers you buy in the store and it works just as well. So do you have a carpet with a big grease stain or a pan that just doesn’t want to be cleaned? Then put some cleaning agent on a clean cloth and start scrubbing the grease area. After a while the stain will disappear.
8. Cleaning Your Glasses
Nobody wants to walk around with dirty glasses. You can see a lot less yourself and the people around you will probably not like that they can no longer look into your eyes. Fortunately, the stains are easy to remove with some disinfectant. Spray your glasses with a little of the cleaning agent and then grab a soft, dry cloth to wipe away the stains. Make sure you use a soft cloth: if you don’t use a good cloth, you can scratch your glasses.
9. Cleaning Your Skin
Do you suffer from acne? Then disinfectant can probably offer a solution. This ‘medicine’ can help remove and prevent acne and pimples, because it has a disinfecting, calming and cooling effect. That is why it can remove the dirt from the skin and unclog the pores. Rub a little cleaning agent on your face with a soft and clean cloth and you will soon see your problems diminish. Continue to do this for a while and you will soon have good skin without pimples and impurities.
10. Remove Sticker Residue
When you buy something new, more often than not, it comes with some stickers that tell you the price or the product number. When you try to peel these off, often you’re left with annoying and hard-to-remove sticker residue. Luckily, a bit of disinfectant can solve this problem. Simply dampen a paper towel with the cleaning agent, lay the towel over the sticky area, then wait a few minutes until the disinfectant dissolves the glue. After this, remove the sticker residue by rubbing away any lingering material with your fingers or a plastic scraper.